NAIA Frontier Conference Overview

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Mr Lisle
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NAIA Frontier Conference Overview

Post by Mr Lisle » Fri Jul 26, 2019 10:04 am

Frontier Conference Football Teams, enrollment, Location, Stadium Capacity

Southern Oregon, 6,203, Ashland, Oregon, 5,000
Eastern Oregon, 3,741, La Grande, Oregon, 3,000
Montana Tech, 2,665, Butte, 3,500
Montana Western, 1,578, Dillon, 1,500
Carroll College, 1,352, Helena, 7,000
Montana Northern, 1,215, Havre, no data...very small
College of Idaho, 1,140, Caldwell, 4,001..yep, +1
Rocky Mountain, 894, Billings, no data

This is primarily a "bus league" meaning some long trips. Hope Northern can find the money to fly to Phoenix to open with Arizona Christian...1,397 road miles. [-o<



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Re: NAIA Frontier Conference Overview

Post by John K » Fri Aug 02, 2019 12:50 pm

I didn't realize there was such a disparity in enrollment between the larger schools and the smaller ones. Southern Oregon's enrollment is 7 times as large as Rocky's.



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Re: NAIA Frontier Conference Overview

Post by RickRund » Fri Aug 02, 2019 4:25 pm

John K wrote:
Fri Aug 02, 2019 12:50 pm
I didn't realize there was such a disparity in enrollment between the larger schools and the smaller ones. Southern Oregon's enrollment is 7 times as large as Rocky's.
The community college to the west is trying hard to catch up to Southern Oregon...



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